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My middle daughter and I played Don't Starve Together again and I felt like we made more progress this time. It is nice because my daughter knows more about what she is doing, so she can be in control and I can help her, particularly by gathering what she needs. We still died from the hounds when they appeared, but we at least had spears to protect ourselves and have some gardens and clothes in preparation for winter. We'll see how that goes the next time we play.
I am still playing World of Warcraft, but I haven't been doing much other than basic Garrison activities and auctioning enough to still buy the now more expensive Tokens to keep the game free. I would expect the cost to keep going up until the expansion arrives when a influx of players will include those who don't want to wait to buy things. It was hovering around 20,000 gold in the US after the release for several months but is now over 37,000. In the EU it has always been more expensive and is now at 61,000 gold.
I was able to use the Garrison to gather the stones required for the second part of the Legendary quest. I need to do two parts of LFR to complete it, but haven't been able to find the time and inclination to do it. Again, maybe it'll be a holiday thing since I am so close. It also should be pretty quick to level my Mage to 100 but she has been stuck at 95 for more than a month now because I just don't have the inclination to play. I may let my subscription lapse in December and just wait until Legion comes out.
Since my last post Blizzcon happened and I'm generally pretty positive about what I have heard about the Legion expansion. For someone who doesn't care about raiding, it is usually pretty easy to sell things early in an expansion so it should be easier to justify paying for it knowing that the subscription for it will probably be covered by Tokens. However, the Demon Hunter doesn't appeal to me that much (I'll probably eventually play it like I did the Death Knight primarily to see the starting quests) and I don't even know how I would use the Level 100 character upgrade so there isn't a reason for me to buy it early. I'll probably just purchase it a week before it comes out so I can be ready.
I really seem to be in a gaming lull. It'll be interesting to see if something changes that. All the talk about Fallout 4 has been fun, but, though I have been playing computer RPGs since the original Wizardry, the post-apocalyptic setting has never really appealed to me, so I'll probably wait until I can get it for $10 or so. My daughters may spark some gaming as well, particularly if something takes off over the holidays. I played a little Diablo III with my middle daughter but it didn't seem to appeal to her. I'll probably go ahead and buy myself a copy assuming it goes on sale for $10 again. I really enjoyed the first two games, but I still feel it is rather dark to play in front of my daughters so I'd rather play other games where I am more comfortable playing with them, or at least with them watching me.